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This master class will examine the growing demand for gas as a marine fuel resulting from increasing emphasis on environmental performance.
 

Delegates will review the current and future legislation, outline how the industry is responding to these changes and examine the performance of the bunkering industry to date.
 

Delegates will benefit from a comprehensive
overview on relevant developments in the gas
sector with a focus on LNG Bunkering, covering:
 

• The regulatory background
• Who is using gas as a fuel?
- An overview of embryonic industry
• How do you bunker a ship with LNG?
• What does a gas fuelled ship look like?
• Case Study
- Gas Supply to Ferry Engine

Masterclass programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Opening remarks and introductions

9:10 Why use gas as a marine fuel? – The regulatory background

David  Haynes

David Haynes, Technical Advisor , Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel

9:50 Who is using gas as a fuel? – An overview of embryonic industry

Mark Bell

Mark Bell, General Manager, Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel

10:30 Morning Coffee

11:00 How do you bunker a ship with LNG? – What are the options?

Klas  Ljungmark

Klas Ljungmark , technical advisor , Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel

11:40 What does a gas fuelled ship look like? – Implications of the IGF code

David  Haynes

David Haynes, Technical Advisor , Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel

12:20 Networking Lunch

13:30 Is it Safe?

David  Haynes

David Haynes, Technical Advisor , Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel

14:10 Is it Economic?

Mark Bell

Mark Bell, General Manager, Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel

14:50 Afternoon Tea

15:20 How do I do it? – Developing a project

Klas  Ljungmark

Klas Ljungmark , technical advisor , Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel

16:00 Case Study – Gas Supply to Ferry Engine

David  Haynes

David Haynes, Technical Advisor , Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel

16:40 Closing Remarks

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